I miss the afternoon winter sky pink from the descended sun. lives in Pennsylvania and has international name recognition in the media industry.
In 1985, he founded SPIN, the enormously successful music magazine.
I did everything short of taking out billboards on the Square.I love the South, in the way that you can love somewhere you’re not from, with an affection unsullied by the anger of disappointment.Wherever you grow up will inevitably let you down, like a parent, but somewhere new is a clean slate and can be appreciated for what it is and not, yet, for what it isn’t. The first time was to give a speech at Ole Miss during Journalism Week in 2009, and I was mesmerized by Oxford, the way one is by the enchantment and lightness of a beautiful woman.Three and a half decades earlier I had been that rare American teenager who, while failing every class in high school, voraciously and voluntarily read Faulkner, so Oxford had always been Shangri-La to me, a pilgrimage inexplicably never made.
Now that we were here, my girlfriend and I stayed a few extra days and we were smitten by the town and the Delta, ethereal and rough carved lands that thrilled me and imprinted themselves on my soul. Penthouse magazine publisher Bob Guccione announced Friday that he will buy Saturday Review, the once-esteemed former literary magazine that has been on the brink of extinction in recent years.